Bantry, Ireland, June 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Dark World International has moved its base of operations to a new location in West Cork, Ireland. The digital label's growing catalogue and artist roster contributed to the move, according to President Kris Ameringer. "Dark World added two new artists and has already released three albums this year," said Ameringer. "We needed more recording and office space. We're expecting both Johnny M and Doctor When in, and we need to juggle final recordings for Tor's Angst, Kylyra, and Deemed Psychotic as well."
Dark World International's new location in West Cork combines a traditional Irish setting with modern convenience. The renovated one hundred year old Irish building is close enough to cities and transportation, but far enough to offer Dark World artists the anonymity and privacy needed to comfortably complete their work. "The new place is very rural. It's wonderfully quiet and a beautiful spot down by the ocean," said Ameringer. "I think our artists will appreciate the peace and serenity of the area. We've got room for recording, artist accommodations and living space, and our growing offices."
The past six months has seen unparalleled growth in Dark World International's web presence. "We (management) drew up a solid marketing plan in 2007. We spent the year prepping the company and our artists for a major push. In February 2008, one month after the implementation of our plan, we saw a three hundred percent increase in our web visitors. By April that had increased another eight hundred percent," according to Ameringer. "We made sure all our artists - Deemed Psychotic, Infinisynth, Milwaukee's Black Orchid, Kylyra, Stygian Tars, Dream Quest, Jam for the Dead, Future Dialogue, Johnny M, Doctor When, and Tor's Angst - had web profiles not only on www.darkworld.com, but also on Cyqo Music. We've seen lots of people listening and downloading material at CNET as well. Our artists are also connecting on MySpace, YouTube, and a host of other networking sites. If you're going to be a digital label you've got to hit the digital market."
Digital label Dark World International has moved to a new location in West Cork, Ireland. Old and new fans of Deemed Psychotic, Infinisynth, Milwaukee's Black Orchid, Kylyra, Stygian Tars, Dream Quest, Jam for the Dead, Future Dialogue, Johnny M, Doctor When, and Tor's Angst can continue to expect the same high level of professional quality recordings that Dark World International has become so well known for.
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